- - the new narrative of everyday leadershipaf Karin Zastrow
For shipping outside Denmark - please buy the book at www.saxo.com This book contains a new narrative of everyday leadership. After the first reading, the ideas and models of the book will ideally form the backbone of the day-to-day work of any leader. Subsequently, you may apply it as a handbook which you repeatedly reach for to find inspiration in relation to the many-faceted leadership challenges your are bound to encounter. The book’s seven leadership roles describe the themes which a modern-day leader must continuously juggle when interacting with his/her staff. The four leadership styles encompass the most essential approaches that a leader must master and apply at discretion. With this book in his hand, the leader may acquire the overview and empowerment making him/her appear visible and present to his staff. “Karin Zastrow’s book clearly defines the different leadership tasks and provides a dynamic job-description accompanied by a multitude of practical suggestions on how to carry out and develop the leadership assignments. The book is useful for leaders/managers on different levels. Further, it will add value among management teams and be a useful, hands-on tool for leadership trainers and coaches”. Stefan Dahlberg, Management Consultant, CEO COMPETENSCOMPAGNIET AB (Sweden), Member of the faculty at IFL/Stockholm School of Economics “What I like especially about this book is how it describes the responsibility of any leader for the result of the group performance and that we often lack modern leadership today. If you want things to happen, you must step onto the stage - otherwise nothing will happen”. Pär Larshans, Director of Sustainability, Max Hamburgerrestauranger AB (Sweden) Green awards 2009 'Best International Campaign' Karin Zastrow holds an MBA from INSEAD. She has worked with leadership internationally as a consultant, as a manager, and as a training and development manager. Her company ZASTROW & Co. educates leaders across the world in direct leadership™. See directleadership.com. Karin is a member of the faculty of IFL (Institute for Leadership) at the Stockholm School of Economics.
- 24. September 2010
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